Nir Baram is an Israeli author. He was born in Jerusalem in 1976. Baram’s novels, The Remaker of Dreams (2006) and Good People (2010), were shortlisted for Israel’s Sapir Prize for Literature. Good People was translated into 12 languages and was also nominated for the Primo Roma Prize. His latest novel, World Shadow, was published in 2013 and in translation in 2016. As an editor at Am Oved publishing house, Baram edited the nonfiction series “972” and the classics series. Baram, who was born to a family of well-known Labor party politicians, is known for his involvement in promoting peace between Israel and Palestine and contributes regularly to newspapers in Israel and Europe, such as Haarez, El Pais, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, and others. He lives in Tel Aviv.